Halloween is the modern version of the term All Hallows’ Eve. Historically, it was celebrated on the eve of All Saints Day, which falls on the 1st of November. Hallows actually means saints, so it’s easy to see how Halloween, the name, evolved.
The 31st of October was also an important Pagan festival known as Samhain, which was thought to mark a time when humans could communicate with the spirit world. Thus the combined association of ghosts and saints has turned Halloween into the fun trick-or-treating day we know and love in modern times. Both adults and children adore Halloween and all its associated Pumpkin lanterns, flying witches and haunted houses. For coloring and paint by numbers, scenes depicting Halloween have always been especially popular, and in this department Itsostylish.com does not disappoint since we have a variety of fun pieces to color or paint, which will make Halloween feel like a year long celebration.